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Information Security Webinar: Background & Recent Developments

Bilzin Sumberg Webinar

October 15, 2015

Watch an in-depth webinar presented by litigation attorneys James Ward and Phil Stein on the trending topic of information security and how to protect your company from a data breach. This webinar addresses what you should do with data you own, how privacy law governs your use of data, the risks associated with a data breach, and the role of the FTC and FCC in regulating information security.

The presenters discuss industry developments, including the recent FTC vs. Wyndham decision and the lessons that can be learned from other data breaches. They also outline the key takeaways from lawsuits against Target, Home Depot, Neiman Marcus and Ashley Madison. You will learn ways to protect your data, how to maintain control over your information, and what it means to be DataSmart.


Philip R. Stein, Partner
Philip R. Stein is a Partner in Bilzin Sumberg's Litigation Group, focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation. He regularly acts as lead counsel to mortgage companies, financial services companies, and large national homebuilders on a broad range of issues of importance to companies in those industries. Phil is currently devoting a substantial part of his practice to representing originators and sellers of mortgage loans throughout the country as they defend against loan repurchase claims made by banks and other investors. He also regularly assists companies with Fair Lending and UDAAP litigation, compliance and training.

Phil is also particularly experienced in litigation involving: financial fraud and other business torts; corporate governance; trade secrets; and professional liability issues (including director and officer liability issues, and accounting malpractice claims). Phil has successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in trials, appeals and arbitration proceedings.


Philip R. Stein

Philip R. Stein

Partner, Litigation Practice Group Leader
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